Attorneys for Arbery's family said they were confident the "DOJ would do their part to fully investigate all players involved in this murder."
As wedding season approaches, couples across the country have had to cancel their nuptial plans, putting their entire lives on hold.
More than 250,000 immigrants and refugees in the U.S. have health care degrees but don't have jobs commensurate with their education.
There have been more than 1,700 reports of physical and verbal attacks against Asians as the U.S. grapples with the pandemic.
Politicians want people to get back to work, but it’s low-paid, minority workers without the luxury of working from home who are most at risk.
Early versions of the documents included detailed information for churches wanting to restart in-person services but was removed after the White House raised concerns.
The surge was marked by deadly attacks on Jews in California, New Jersey and New York last year.
Scott Johnson, 27, appears to have been forced off the cliff, which was known as a meetup place for gay men.
The DOJ is "assessing all of the evidence" to determine whether to charge two white men in the death of Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man jogging in a Georgia town.
The California Catholic schools insist their religious liberty shields them from two ex-teachers' lawsuits alleging disability and age discrimination.